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good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". it's sunday, november 9th. i'm claudine long. >> we heard about the fog making its way back along the coast, let's go to rose mary. but it is back. >> some of us waking up with gray skies, one noteddable change. a live shot, here, you can see the low clouds in the distance. the fog, patchy dense fog for some. visibility a tough one as we get into the afternoon. we'll have plenty of sunshine, once again, but areas of san francisco this morning waking up with the clouds, half moon bay. ocean beach a great start to the day for you, here. go inland, we have mostly clear skies, patchy fog over parts of the north bay again this morning and temperatures a lot like how we started yesterday. 45 degrees in napa. a chilly start for you santa rosa, 44 degrees. around the bay, upper 40s to low 50s. upper 40s in walnut creek wells
livermore. these numbers a lot like yesterday. 78 in napa, 76 san raphael. mid-to upper 70s in the forecast livermore, antioch and fairfield. this will be one of the warmest days. temperatures will be cooler into the week and the possibility of rain. i'll show you the extended forecast for the week. it is a spare the air day. >> >> working smoke alarms helped to save the lives of a family in antioch. the fire broke out around buffalo way this morning. contra costa fire department posted this felt toe. smoke alarms woke everyone up and they were able to escape. firefighters -- there is the pet rat they were able to save. no word on what caused the
fire. >> >> chp is trying to find out what caused a woman to drive the wrong way on the bay bridge, causing a multivehicle crash. with her headlights turned off, she went westbound in the eastbound lanes. four cars were involved in the wreck. chp telling us at least three people were hurt, one person critically injured with several broken bones. this shows the backup as it took crews a couple of hours overnight to remove the wreckage. happening now, crews continue to do drainage work north of the golden gate bridge ahead of the installation -- in january. i want to show awe live look at the golden gate bridge socked in on this sunday, here, at least one lane will be closed on the marin side in both directions during the construction work. the $30 million center median will shift the concrete wall
from one lane to another. the installation is scheduled to happen on january 10th and 11th. >> >> happening today, san francisco is hosting its 95th annual veteran's day parade. festivities kick off at 11:00 this morning. ali joining us live with who will be featured in this year's parade. >> reporter: the pa has been going on for 95 years. this year's special features, on those in the vietnam war the parade starts at 11:00. once it gets going, there will be 100 different groups making their way down market street as part of the parade route t is video of the event last year. this year, the parade will be lead by 300 motorcycles driven
by vietnam veterans, two dozen horses. and a vietnam war era helicopter will be included in this parade. along with that, there will be 300 oakland military student cadets and 1,000ortc students taking part. the parade begins at 11:00. the route is from 2nd and market to civic center plaza. you can expect street closures to start to go into effect at 10:00. if you are driving in the city, you want to keep that in mind later on this morning. live in san francisco, ktvu channel 2 news >> thanks, ali. >> >> two u.s. marines and an army wife will be granted u.s. citizenship at a ceremony in honor of veteran's day. it will be the first time the u.s. citizenship and immigration services has conducted a naturalzation ceremony on that base. the people being sworn in are
from mexico, philippines. >> >> park offering free admission to veterans and active members of the military until tuesday. it is offering discounted tickets for any guests they would like to bring. >> >> two americans, detainees from north korea are spending their night back in the u.s they landed near a military base near seattle. they were accompanied home by a u.s. top official who went there on a top secret mission. a 46-year-old missionary, bay, sentenced to 15 years of hard labor convicted of what north korea calls hostile acts. >> it has been an amazing two years. i learned a lot. grew a lot. lost a lot of weight in a good way, but i'm standing strong because of you.
>> miller entered north korea seven months ago where he reportedly tor up his visa and asked for asylum. his family has not comments about his release and they have posted a sign saying they do not want to be bothered. >> >> zoo officials say the -- unexpected i darted under the door. the zoo said it kind of accident is very rare and the top priority for the zoo is animal safety. >> it's truly sad. really sad. it sounds like they need to check the equipment better to make sure the doors are operating properly. >> the zoo is investigating how and why this happened. the gorilla exhibit remains
open. >> >> the zoo did review their policies in 2007 when a tiger escaped and killed a 17-year- old boy and injured several others on christmas day. the tiger was shot an killed. the zoo revamped the exhibit with higher walls and an electrified fence. san francisco police will hold a town hall meeting tomorrow to discuss the events leading up to a police shooting on thursday night. so far, we have been told that a couple of plain clotted poss were patrolling the neighborhood as part of a crime suppression program police kay one of the suspects later took
out a .38 caliber gun, forcing an officer to shoot and injury him. the police chief will lead tomorrow's meeting which starts at 6:30 p.m. at the -- burlinggame police released photos of a group of suspects they say used stolen credit cards at apple stores on the same day. it started on october 24th. four people used stolen credit cards to buy $10,000 in gift cards after making purchaseses at the burlinggame store, police say they used the remaining balance at two stores in san mateo and palo alto. anyone that knows these people are asked to call the police >> water district is considering installing security cameras to monitor hydrants. the countedy is looking at raising the fine. other people have been seen
tapping into fire hydrants late at nights. officials say the crime appears to be on the rise, thanks to california's drought. >> >> the bay area is nearing record levels of employment. according to the times, the bay area had 3.57 million payroll jobs in september. that's not far from the record of 3.61 million that was set in 2001. that was during the height of the. com boom. the report said the types of jobs people are getting have changed since 2001. there are more jobs like health care and hospitality and fewer jobs in manufacturing and construction. >> >> environmentalists in labor unions said the partnership is helping the economy. the sierra club expected to announce the findings of a berkeley report. the report credits clean energy policies with thousands of well paying jobs in the state as well as the addition of new career opportunities through
union apprenticeship programs. >> >> coming up at 7:30, the new plan by transit and when it goes into effect. >> they 5:00 like they left a piece of baggage and that's it. he is family, my best friend. >> what happened to one pan's dog on the delta flight and why the search continues. >> >> i'll detail your sunday forecast. in the extends, i'm tracking rain, more on that, coming up. at shell, we believe the world needs a broader mix of energies, which is why we are supplying natural gas, to generate cleaner electricity, that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal. and why with our partner in brazil, we are producing a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane to fuel cars. let's broaden the world's energy mix, let's go.
could be below freezing in the central plains. >> >> massive airbag recall continues to grow, nissan is recalling more than 250,000 vehicles. the latest part of a list of nearly eight million vehicles that have been recalled because of airbags that explode with too much force. most of the vehicles were registered in high humidity states. nissan said they will notify the owners and will replace the airbag for free. >> >> some home depot customers are starting to receive letters about the data breach. about 53 million e pail addresses were taken during that breach. home depot said the hacked file did not contain pass words, payment card information or other sensitive data, but they are warning to keep an eye out for phony e-mails requesting information. >> >> two loaded firearms were
found inside of carey on bags at sfo in the past week. transporttation security administration officials said one of the guns had a bullet in the chamber. passengers traveling with firearms. they are allowed to be checked in baggage. passengers whose guns make it into carry on could face arrests and fined $7,500. tsa have yet to announce if any arrests were made. >> >> an investigation underway into an air canada flight after a propellor broke off and injured three. it happened in canada. investigators say flight 48481 was forced to make an emergency landing after a tire blue. during the emergency landing, a propellor blade sliced right through the cabin wall. >> this could have killed people and literally, it was
inches away from killing someone. it wasn't a rough landing. a little more than serious than that. >> reporter: the plane was built back in 2012 and it was the same model grounded by scandinavian airlines. passengers that were hurt suffered minor injuries. >> >> a man from california said he is devastated after delta airlines lost his dog, scheduled to fly from lax to tampa, florida. frank said he rescued his dog a year ago when he was living in the streets. ever since, the pair has never been apart. that's why romano said when he had to fly to tampa, he bought ty a ticket so he could go with him. delta told them at some point during boarding, ty chewed through the crate and escaped. >> they act like they lost a piece of baggage. he is family, my best friend.
>> romano said he does not trust delta and hopes ty's microchip will help them be reunited, soon. it was sunny, yesterday, really nice. >> i was everywhere across the bay, it was really nice. >> it was one off those days where we were all in the same boat. a lot of 70s out there. mostly sunny skies. we do have a few changes going on this morning. i'll take you out to the bay and show you the shallow marine layer, sort of resting on the bay, a little fog there, so, a little fog along the coastline this morning in the san francisco, you can see it here crossing on the bay as well. we do have air quality -- i want to call it issues, but we have a bit of unhealthy air over parts of the north bay. for most of us, it's awe moderate air quality day, but parts of the bay, slightly unhealthy for those of you
really susceptible to pollution in the air. that means it is a winter spare the air day and that means not okay to burn wood. but, it's going to be a nice day. i don't think you will need to burn wood in the fireplace today. temperatures a lot like yesterday. we'll have the morning fog and by the afternoon. mostly sunny skies, at least away from the coastline. along the coast, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy, most of the day for some of us. we do have a transition that will be taking place for the second half of the day and more so as we get into the week ahead. temperatures will be coming down. today, the warmest day of the next several, take a look at thursday, the possibility of scattered showers coming our way. we'll look at the numbers in just a moment. let's talk about this rain for a few. the chance for rain and late in the week, monday, tuesday, wednesday, mainly dry. have to get you all the way into wednesday evening before we see some rain here in northern california. and wednesday night into
thursday morning, it looks like it will slide in. this is the next possibility of rain coming our way. unfortunately, it doesn't look like a lot at this point, but we'll be tracking it for you between now and then. in between, we'll be dry with temperatures today the warmest of the next several, i'll show you that in the extended forecast. 44 in santa rosa, 44 in napa. sfo55, reporting visibility down to a quarter mile. i don't see any delays for arriving flights. that could change in the near future. 51 in mountain view and low 50s in hayward. mostly sunny skies, temperatures in the mid-to upper 70s. 70 degrees in sausalito. low 70s in berkeley for the afternoon. upper 70s for livermore, brentwood, antioch.
another nice one in the south bay. low 70s for sunnyveil, 71 san mat eric kirschner o, a beautiful day for the veteran's day parade going on. 67 degrees in afternoon, woodside, extended forecast. the second half of your weekend in view, showing you one of the warmer ones, getting into monday, temperatures start to fall off, more so tuesday into wednesday. increasing clouds wednesday night and as we get into thursday, we are hoping the rain actually materializes and we see something move through. >> >> nice day for all of the tailgaters heading out for the raiders game. >> >> we are still more than two weeks away from thanksgiving. but preparations are underway in new york for the holiday tradition. >> >> reporter: you guys are all excited? [ cheers and applause ] >> macy's thanksgiving day parade is adding six new balloons to the lineup, the new
stars include -- it is the largest number of aballoons ever to be added to the parade. >> six new giant balloons, five brand-new floats, a lot of behind the scenes content we are filming. >> the balloons will take several test runs leading up to the parade. the parade starts at 9:00 am thanksgiving day. >> >> crashing waters, slippery conditions didn't stop the two daredevils from crossing one of the world's most famous water falls. are you holding your breath? the men walked on that road, 300 feet above the ground, look closely, you can see their only safety net -- there is a rope tied around their waist, but that's it.
>> cancer survivor is given a night she will never forget, coming up, what she was holding in the audience that had garth brooks serenading her in the crowd. look at that, the opportunity of a lifetime for a young child from atlanta. how he was able to bring down the 19 story building with his super hero friends.
san francisco 49erings in the big easy to take on the new orleans saints. 49ers must bounce back after the heartbreaking loss to the rams. >> a sloppy game. like i said, man, we looked at ourselves and when you are watching the film, it's just not us. >> 49ers will be shorthanded in linebacker, patrick willis will probably be out along with dan scudo who was injured, filling in for alden smith. he is set to return next sunday
after his nine game suspension. >>. raiders looking for their first win of the season, but it's against peyton manninged on denver broncos. denver is not taking the raiders lightly. saying they are not looking at the record, they are looking at the quarterback -- stay tuned for the niners sanes game followed by "the point after." >> before i end my term as mayor, whether or not some of the world's largest hedge funds that are willing to commit hundreds of millions of dollars and eventually maybe up to $2 billion investment can close the deal with them.
>> kwan and mayor elect say they are optimistic that the city plan can work and will keep the raiders an the a's in oakland. raiders did meet with san antonio leaders, sparking rumors. >> >> another sports figure in the spotlight for domestic assault. what kurt bush is accused of doing and backlash being felt from the allegations. >> >> special training for teachers that doesn't involve math or science. how they are learning to use guns >> outdoor, waking up to mostly clear skies for some. patchy fog for others. we'll look at how it will linger in sports, today, coming up.
good morning, let's start you off with a quick look at your weather. a lot of tailgating. a beautiful day out there. nice weather, today, sunny skies, a lot like yesterday. with the exception of a little more fog, but giving you a look at a beautiful sunrise over bay point, good morning to you, temperatures are a lot like
yesterday. i think that's how we will land for the afternoon. i am tracking subtle changes, one of them, more fog covering up against the coastline. inside of the bay into san francisco. sonoma county reporting fog and in some areas, it sticks. in you do have an early morning commute, be prepared. patchy dense fog, clearing north bay valley locations. still inside of the bay. here at the coastline. 11:00 noon time before it starts to clear out of the bay, along the coast, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy for most of the day, that's a big change for you from yesterday when we had mostly sunny skies, temperatures, widespread 40s, low to mid-50s. 45 in napa, 54 degrees right now in half moon bay and a lot of that has to do with the cloud cover. 75 in oakland for the afternoon if you are going to see the raiders play, 79 in livermore. head south, you have 75 in san
jose. 78 for morgan hill. today is a spare the air day. i will check the air quality for your neighborhood, coming up. >> >> happening, thousands in san francisco will be celebrating our country's veterans at the 95th veteran's day parade. ali is live with more on the festives. >> >> reporter: we are on second and folsom, part of the staging area. right now, the street is clear, but we heard from traffic control officers, getting word to start to shut down the street between folsom and market. once the parade gets going, the parade will head down market. this is video of the parade of last year. the event has been going on for 95 years in san francisco. this year, 100 different groups taking part.
they will highlight vietnam war veterans. grand marshalls include a navy pilot and b52 pilot from the vietnam war. the parade will be lead by 300 motorcycles driven by vietnam veterans, two dozen horses, a vietnam war era hughie helicopter will be featured and 1,000 san francisco junior rotc students. the route take it is from 2nd and market to civic center plaza. there will -- >> all right, ali, thank you for that report >> voters kept rescue crews from the northern california coast guard busy. rescue -- boaters -- the first call came in at when a boat in
bodega bay was experiencing engine troubles. the fourth call came in early in the afternoon and was resolved with the help of the richmond harp per master and the last one in the afternoon in bodega bay, a boat that required towing. no one was hurt in these incidents. >> >> plans underway to start a new route in the bay. going along international boulevard and east 14th street. the $170 million project is being paid for in part by a grant which is part of the u.s. department of transportation. the mayor said it will be the back bone of revitalization in that corridor. >> we are adding on housing. we are adding on arts and cultural things. we'll bring international boulevard back to what it was in the 1900s. >> once they see how great it is for the city and
connectivity we will establish. that's what i hope. >> reporter: transit plans to have 30 buses on the new route. service is expected to start in the fall of 2017. >> >> democrats are taking a closer look at what may have lead to the stinging loss in tuesday's mid-term election. next year, republican also take keel of both chambers of commerce. we caught up with barbara lee to get her perspective on what went wrong for democrats >> we are looking now, at how the turnout was in many of the districts we lost. i tell you, moving forward, we have to have a major voter registration effort. >> obama care, immigration reform, some of the things that can be solved at the federal live. california remains a blue state. the gop did make some gaines. republicans blocked democrat from super majorities in both statehouses. katherine baker won the
assembly district seat 16. >> >> the white house is denying republican claims the republican deliberately waited for after the mid-term elections to send more troops to iraq. administration announced an additional 1,500 troops would go to iraq to help train and advise iraqi soldiers, but gop senators said they are questioning why the order did not come sooner. the white house said he ordered for troops at the request of the iraqi government. >> clear and understood the president had the authority to do what it is doing. congress needs to make some decision about the money. >> reporter: the white house is asking for $5.6 billion for the broader war against the islamic state or isis. $1.5 billion will be for iraq. >> >> police in reno trying to figure out what lead to the death of three people,
including two children. last night, officers found the body of a man and two children inside of a home. they had all been shot to death. one woman detained in the police car at the scene was heard screaming -- >> hundreds of inmates across california are being released because voters approved proposition 47. they are getting ready for possible release. 47 reduced from felony crimes to misdemeanors, leading to reduced sentences. some of the crimes include drug possession and nonviolent offenses like shop lifting and credit card fraud where less than $950 is involved. >> >> a team of carefully selected inmates in minnesota spending their time behind bars training service dogs. the inmates are teaching the dogs 100 different commands helping people living with
various disabilities. the prison psychologist said the program has been good for the dogs and the inmates. >> they have to plan, organize, be structured and adhere to the training process of the service dogs. >> now, in order to qualify, inmates have to write a resume and they have to go through an interview process. the whole process takes a year before the dogs are sent to live with their new owners. >> >> 500 teachers in colorado take classes -- >> i know how to feels to wake up thinking you are going to a normal day and going to bed at night -- because of the actions of one person. >> there are many risks to being a teacher today. she said one day she hopes
schools will allow teachers to carry a gun so they can protect their students should a dangerous situation arise. >> my students that i love and care about, i don't want any of us to be unprotected like that. >> opponents say the solution is not guns in schools, but both sides of the issue agree it could take years to come to an agreement on how best to protect students in schools. >> >> another sports figure is being investigated for allegations of domestic assault. kurt bush is accused of smashing the head of his ex- girlfriend against the wall in september. driscoll said the fight was fueled by a bad race. bush is known for his hot temper on and off the race track. >> definitely not the first time, but i wouldn't think it would be against a woman that's
disturbing. whether you are a nascar fan or not. >> >> a nonprofit for veterans has dropped bush as an ambassador for the program. he is expected to race today in phoenix. >> >> more than 30 people teamed up for a group sleep in. organizers said they held the symbolic nap to protest the removal of certain stations. bart has removed a few dozen sleeping people since july. -- >> they are now being rounded up on a daily basis, at least three times a day and either kicked out or arrested for merely sleeping. >> bart said say officers are trained to inform them about homeless services. there were no arrests at yesterday's protest. >> >> meat prices expected to go
higher over the next couple of years, rising meat prices, over the past year, ground beef prices have gone up nearly 24%. according to the national beef association, overseas demand for beef and shrinking cattle are to blame >> very tight supplies, meat in very strong demand typically resulting in higher prices. >> butchers say they expect it could take up to five years before the number of cattle is high enough to meet the demand. some shoppers are turning to other options like turkey and others say they are giving up red meat all together. >> >> breakthrough prize awards, people in fundamental physics, and math. the goal is to celebrate math and science and encourage them to pursue it as a career. the award show will be taped and air across the nation nover 15th.
>> >> a new target in the east bay. new measures being considered to help protect fire hydrants. >> >> the pope removes an american cardinal from an important position. >> >> and seasonably warm weather will remain for your sunday. we'll transition to a cooler pattern as we get into the business week. eventually, we will see some rain, i'll detail your numbers for today and the change in the weather pattern, coming up. here's an idea. start shopping a new way. start maximizing. at the place where you always get more than you pay for. t.j.maxx. brands you love, prices that work for you. maxx style.
silence in the philippines to mark the one year since the typhoon hit -- a lot of the children that i saw had signs of ptsd, a0 lot of them developed asthma symptoms are the shock of losing their cousin or an aunt during the typhoon. >> organizers -- >> the fall of the berlin wall shows the world anything is possible and dreams with come true. dignitaries gathered to mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall. placing roses in areas where sections of the wall are still up. today, white balloons to matched height of the wall.
>> more and more showed their civil courage and it's thanks to their courage that the wall was opened. >> it went up in 1951 to stop people from fleeing from the east to the west of germany. it came down in 19 -89d, becoming a powerful symbol of the end of the cold war. judge pope demoting burk, he pooled conservatives in response to the vatican may loosen rules in two hours, president obama will depart the white house for a trip overseas, first stopping in alaska before heading to china for an economic
u.s. troops returning from west africa and will be quarantined in ft. bragg, north carolina. they will stay on the base for 21 days. during their stay, they will be closely mon forked for any signs of the virus. it's not clear how many people will stay at the base at one time, ft. bragg is one of five military bases picked by the pentagon to house people returning from west africa. >> >> a cancer survivor and long time garth brooks fan, the country star noticed her unique sign at one of his concerts. theresa shaw spent the last five months battling stage three breast cancer. this weekend, she crossed a big item off her bucket list,
attending a garth brooks concert. she drove to catch the show and during his last song "the dance" she asked an usher if she could get to the front of the stage and hold up her sign -- >> after the song, brooks, whose mother and sister died from cancer, gave shaw the guitar he just finished play. >> >> people all around the world will be dancing together to promote kindness. the worldwide -- celebrating world kindness day. today, the dance for kindness kicks off at 10:00 this morning. thousands will be dancing from 30 countries. here in the bay area, a group will be gathering at the la pay
yet reservoir. last year, 25,000 people took part in the dance. anything that promotes kindness, i'm in. >> i agree. >> >> getting outdoors this morning, a beautiful start over san jose, a live shot for you where the sun is shining bright. whether you will you be hanging out in san jose, along the peninsula, into the east bay, we have beautiful blue skies overhead. along the coast, a bit of a different story. fog is back. take a look at the foot prints on the satellite view. half moon bay, reporting pretty thick fog. visibility down to a quarter mile patchy dense fog if you are taking a ride along highway 1, sfo reporting delays for some arriving flights because
of fog. today a lot like yesterday. we are tracking subtle changes. it's a winter spare the air day. i'll show you that in a moment. i have a 12-hour time lapse on this. you can see how the ridge is beginning to breakdown before your eyes. right about here and as we start from 7:30 last night to 7:30 this morning, you can see how it is beginning to shift a little bit. in the coming days, this ridge of high pressure will continue to weaken and by thursday, it looks like we may have some rain on arider step. for today, -- spare the air, it
is illegal for wood burning unless you are exempt from the coast, air quality is moderate. it's over the north bay where we have a bit of a problem when it gets to the orange color, it means those that are susceptible to the air pollution, you may notice. something to consider for you. temperature wise, mid-40s in and around napa right now, -- a chill in the air, oakland has slipped to 49, 49 in redwood city, a few 50s out there. 54 half moon bay. 55sfo. afternoon highs, upper 70s for the north bay. mid-to upper 70s for the east bay. 75 in oakland if you are going to see the raiders play, bring the sun block. 72 for sunnyveil. 70 in san francisco for the
veteran's day parade. today, one of the warmer days. we begin to see temperatures trend downward by tomorrow, cooling continues tuesday, wednesday, thursday, bring us some rain, please, bring us some rain. >> i know, we'll cross our fingers. obviously, we can use it. >> >> a temporary water station has been set up in napa after a water main break left 200 customers without water. napa officials say water service may be intermittent today. they have set up water station at the north side of century oaks park there is no word on what caused the break or when the repair will be made. >> >> rockets, warriors undefeated when they tipped off. clay thompson finding andre for the jam. still in the third, warriors up. nice little sequence. clay with a winning ticket to the hoop.
on the inbound pass, >> steve: kury -- late in the fourth. warriors looking to put away the rockets, curry shoots from beyond the ark, good, 34 for the night, he had 10 rebounds, warriors remain undefeated. beat the rockets, 98-87. golden stay playing in phoenix. >> >> san jose sharks, seven game road trip starting in dallas. tobacco -- hat trick and we are only in the second. sharks down 3-1, but they battle back in the third. this time, it's brent burns hanging out in the wings. he gets the win and lap slaps it in. sharks win 5-3. >> >> time now, a 7:53, reaching out to customers in the wake of a security breach.
the action home depot is taking and what customers are being asked to watch out for. >> >> bringing aliens to life. how long one local astronomer thinks it will be before we encount iralien life. - ( helicopter whirring ) - ( roars ) ( siren wails ) ( pop music playing ) ♪ when you're ready ♪ ready, ready, ready ♪ come and get it
outer space. sandoval's agents will meet with several teams including boston red sox, starting tomorrow, reports out of boston said the red sox are in the market for a left handed bat and. the red sox general manager said he has received calls from teams, but right now, they are not looking to move any particular player. baseball from the giants world series game seven has been auctioned off for more than $25,000. here is the key double play that helped the joins go on to win -- giants to win. the auction ended last night and the winning bid came in at
$25,040. >> >> time now. 7:57. getting back to work. what new numbers are saying about how many people now have jobs an the industries where a lot of those jobs can be found. >> >> and putting them to the test. the new balloons you can expect to see in this year's macy's thanksgiving day parade and what they have to do before the big day. >> >> another nice day shaping up around the bay area. a cool start, a little more fog out there for some. we'll check in on the low clouds. today is a spare the air day. i'll look at the air in your neighborhood, coming up. at shell, we believe the world needs a broader mix of energies, which is why we are supplying natural gas, to generate cleaner electricity, that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal.
>> and i'm mike neebach. >> >> we have nice weather coming our way, but that is one change we are seeing, clouds up against the coast, a little patchy fog, dense in some areas, how about a live look outside of our doors into san francisco. do you see that little bit of wispy fog on the right side of the screen? partly cloudy to mostly sunny, we do have the fog just inside of parts of san francisco, just inside of the bay, sonoma county, a little fog as well. we'll talk more about that in just a moment. want to touch on the spare the air alert for today. for most of us, air quality is monitor, over the north bay, a bit unhealthy, just above the 100 mark. if you are susceptible to the air pollution, you may notice. winter spare the air day means do not burn wood in the fireplace unless you are exempt >> again, up against the coast
-- it sounds like it could be a little dense fog, so if you have an early morning drive, be aware of that. 10:00 or 11, it's clearing the north bay, just inside over the water here and i think for the coast, areas like ocean beach, half moon bay could remain partly cloudy to mostly cloudy for your day. temperature wise, a lot of 40s and 50s to start the morning we are beginning to see a rebound. 55 san francisco and 53 for livermore. today, a lot like yesterday, we'll be cooler at the coast he especially if you can see or break the cloud cover. 75 in oakland. 78 in napa. upper 70s morgan hill. today it will be one of the warmer days, beginning a cooling trend as early as tomorrow an the possibility of rain by thursday, i'll track that for you, coming up. >> >> new information that the woman accused of driving the wrong way on the bay bridge causing a multivehicle injury crash. chp confirms she is facing dui
charges. with her headlights on, she went westbound on the eastbound side at 8:30 last night, according to crux hp, three people were hurt, including one person that suffered several broken bones. this video shows the backup on the bridge. it took crews a couple of hours overnight to remove wreckage. all lanes were reopened at 11:00 p.m. >> >> crews continue to do pavement and drainage work ahead of the golden gate bridge ahead of the installation of the moveable bridge in january. we heard rose mary talking about the fog. we do know that at least one lane will be closed on the marin side. now, the $30 million center median will shift a concrete and steel wall from one lane to another, acting as a protective barrier separating north and southbound traffic. u. installation scheduled to happen on january 10th and 11th
>> san francisco hosting the 95th annual veteran's day parade, but allie is already there for us with a look alt how they are getting ready. >> reporter: the parade has been going on for 95 years, this year, it will pay tribute to vote nan war veterans. right now, we are at 2nd and folsom. second and market is supposed to be the staging area for those taking part. the seat is open, now, but you can san francisco traffic officers >> an officer told me they are going to start to shut down this street sometime in the next 30 minutes. from here to market street is the staging area. 2nd and folsom. once it getting going, the parade will include 100 different groups making their way down as part of the parade route. this year, the parade will be lead by 300 motorcycles driven
buvette nan veterans. two dozen horses an a vietnam war hughie helicopter will be featured. there will be 300 oakland military cadets and 1,000 san francisco junior rotc students taking part in the event. the parade gets going at 11:00, starting at 2nd and market, ending at civic center plaza. street closures will be in effect. keep that in mind if you are driving into the city. >> >> good information, great day to thank veterans for their service. >> >> time, 8:05. two u.s. marines an an army wife will be granted citizenship tomorrow in honor of the veteran's day holiday. it will be the first time you that a naturalzation ceremony
has been conducted on the coast guard base. the people being sworn in are from the philippines, and nepal. >> >> six flags in valleh o, offering free admission to veterans and active members of the military through tuesday it is offering discounselled tickets for any guests they would like to bring. >> >> preparations underway in new york city for a holiday tradition. >> you guys are all excite? >> reporter: macy's thanksgiving day paraded aing six new balloons balloons to their lineup. they include -- >> it is the largest number of balloons ever to be added to the parade. >> six new giant balloons, we have five brand-new floats. a lot of behind the scenes content we are filming. >> the balloons will take several test runs leading up to
the parade. 88th annual parade will start at 9:00 am on day. >> >> according to the times, the bay area has 3.57 million payroll jobs in september. not far from the record set in 2001. during the height of a boom. people are getting -- jobs are changing. more like health care and hospitality. >> >> environmentalists and labor unions say their parer inship is helping the economy. sierra club expected to release the findings of a new berkeley report. fire hydrants have become the latest target of water thieves. the contra costa water district
is considering installing security cameras. a number of people in concosta county have reported seeing people tapping into fire hydrants late at night. officials say the crime appears to be on the rise because of the drought. >> >> burlinggame police released pictures of those they say used stolen credit cards in apple stores on the same day. four people are said to have used four to buy $10,000 in gift cards. after making purchaseses, they used the remaining balance at two stores in san mateo and palo alto, anyone that knows anything about this are being asked to call the police. >> >> one-year-old gorilla crushed
when an automatic door shut on her on friday. zoo officials say she unexpectedly darted under the door after closing zoo head this sign of accident is very rare and the zoo' top priority is animal safety. >> really-- it's really sad. they need to check to make sure that the doors are operating properly. >> the gorilla exhibit remains open, but visitors may experience intermittent closures. >> >> the zoo reviewed their policies in 2007 when a siberian tiger escaped. an investigation found the tiger walls were four feet lower than federal safety standards. the zoo revamped that exhibit with higher walls and an electrified fence. >> >> a squirrel monkey was also
stolen. someone made it onto the gates, climbed onto the roof of the exhibit and cut in holes. a day later, a man came forward with the monkey. >> >> two americans spending their first morning back in the states from north korea. they landed last night near seattle. they were accompanied by a top u.s. intelligence official woe went there on 0 top secret mission. bay is a 46-year-old missionary sentenced to 15 years of hard labor convicted of what north korea called hostile acts >> it has been an amazing two years. i learned a lot. i grew a lot. lost a lot of weight in a good way, but i'm standing strong because of you. >> the 25-year-old mill letter entered north korea seven months ago where he reportedly tor up his visa.
his family in bakersfield is not talking. they posted a note on his door saying they have no comment about his release and they don't want to be disturbed. >> >> home depot customers, what do they have to watch out for after millions of customers e- mails e-mails are hacked. another pleasant day for most around the bay area, i'll line up your temperatures for sunday and introduce you to a change in the weather pattern that will bring us cooler weather and the possibility of rain, coming up. female announcer: through tuesday at sleep train
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another airbag recall -- all 10 of the automakers involved use the same japanese supplier known as t eric kirschner cada. nissan said it will notify owners and replace the airbag inflator for free. >> >> some home depot customers are involved in a breach. home depot said the hacked file did not contain any pass words, payment card information or other sensitive data they are warning customers to keep an
eye out for phony e-mails that question personal information. >> >> two loaded firearms were found independent side of carry on bags at sfo during the past week. tsa said one of the guns had a bullet in its chambers, passengers carrying out guns is not uncommon, firearms are allowed in checked bags. passengers who is guns make it into their carry ons could face a fine as much as $7,500. >> >> a new book said president george hw bush considered run not running for a second time. 41, "a port trait of my father." in it, he said he considered not running because he developed an irregular heart beat and was exhausted, in the end, he lost his re-election bid to bill clinton. >>
>> 8:15. we'll head over to rose mary for the check on this sunday. >> we have football, we have the raiders playing. it will are gorgeous outdoors, cool conditions, but by this afternoon. back into the 70s. today, one of the warmer days, a look at coliseum where i have a feeling folks are already on their way to do tailgating. ridge of high pressure still in control over our weather pattern it is beginning to weaken. today, subtle changes in addition to morning fog out there. banked up begins the coastline, a little patchy. a little dense around the bay area and parts of the north bay and over parts of the east bay as well, so please consider that if you are driving out early this morning. also, a spare the air day if you are just joining us, for most air quality. it's moderate. over some north bay locations, it's a little unhealthy. today, looking just as good as yesterday for most, again a little cooler at the coast.
a little cloudier for today as we get into monday, temperatures slip, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, even cooler and the possibility of scattered showers in our thursday. right now, it looks like thursday morning commute. let me show you this as we roll along. picking it up for you, mostly clear skies away from the coast. not a lot of change as we get into tuesday, wednesday, increase in clouds and by wednesday night, in morning california, some rain will be moving in. cloudy conditions over the bay area. overnight hours and by thursday morning, it looks like it wants to slide in. at this point, it doesn't look like a big system, not a lot of rain, but we may get wet wednesday night into thursday. it's several days out, it could change. we'll be fine tuning it between now and then. temperatures in the low 50s in napa. santa rosa, 48 with fog reported in your neighborhood. 57sf o, patchy dense fog reported at the airport mid-50s
in mountainview. for the afternoon. widespread 70s. 70 in sausalito. east bay, temperatures resembling yesterday, 77 in danville. 75 this afternoon for the raiders game into the south bay, mid-to upper 70s for areas like san jose, morgan bay. a beautiful day in santa cruz. 70 in san francisco for the veteran's parade going on there. upper 60s -- extended forecast showing you temperatures the warmest today, we begin the cooling trend as early as tomorrow. temperatures continue to fall and by thursday morning, the possibility of some rain, opportunity, possibility. thanks, rosemary. >> >> a new transit option for
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fans still stinging to the call that overturned what would have been the game winning touchdown. >> it was sloppy man, we have to look at ourselves. when you are of whatting the film, it's just not us. >> 49ers mighting a little shorthanded. patrick wills might be out -- >> this morning, we now know why smith's nine game suspension was not reduced. league sources tell espn. he performed more community service than required, however, the nfl said he did not complete all of the counseling assigned to him. when he returns to action next week, despite a $2 million salary season, he will end up owing the 49ers. $661,000 because of taxes, lost paychecks due to suspension and for fitting some of his signing bonus >> raider nation hoping for an
nfl shocker. they are looking for their first win of the season, but it's against peyton manning and the denver broncos. "mornings on 2" will be ending early so we can bring you nfl on fox. stay tuned for the mercedes week. and then at 9:00, we'll bring you fox nfl sunday. followed by "the point after." dr. >> new this morning, turning to other news, firefighters say working smoke alarms helped to save the lives of a family in antioch. fire district posted these photos of the two-alarm fire. firefighters say the smoke alarms woke everyone up and they were able to escape.
plain clothes possers patrolling and encountered five suspicious men, one of them they knew from a previous drug case. one suspect took out a .38 caliber gun, forcing a to shoot and injury him >> plans underway to start a new bus route to the east bay, stretching from downtown oakland along international boulevard and east 14th street. the $170 million project is being paid for in part by a grant from the federal transit administration. ac transit plans to have 30 buses on the few route. service is expected to start in the fall of 2017. >> >> we end this newscast with unone of the strangest and
unique plays you will ever see, utah against oregon ducks. very long receiving pass. clay going in for the touchdown, but you will see he drops the ball before the goal line and while everyone from announcers to fans thought he scored, a couple of players picked the ball up and ran it back 99-yards for the touchdown you have to cross the line. hold the ball. >> >> details, details. >> >> take a look the at that, golden gate bridge shrouded in fog. can you only see the tip there. clouds along the coastline this morning. continuing, patchy fence dense fog, temperatures a lot like yesterday, right now in the upper 40s to upper 50s as we get into the afternoon.
upper 60s to upper 70s from the coast to the bay. we'll remain partly cloudy to mostly cloudy at the coast. first chance of rain will be thursday. >> >> that's our report for this morning, thanks for making ktvu your choice for fews. >> >> up next, the mercedes benz sports weekend with joe fonzi and dwight clark. >> >> at 10:00, catch the 49ers sanes game, best of luck to the niners as well as the raiders, thanks for joining you, have a beautiful sunday.
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